Regex for validating mac address xbox updating problems
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Validates whether the value is a valid e-mail address.
Monks, Does anyone have a regex that will successfully match a MAC address that is better than the following?
I'd like to be able to match the : or the 00-00-00-00-00-00 notation. The bummer with what you have there, besides being long, is that it matches stuff if you've got the colons and the dashes intermingled in the same string, which is probably NOT what you want. Petdance, Good catch on the intermixed colons and dashes.
I’ve updated my OHTools module (See here for more info and how to use it) so that it now includes a MAC validation function.